The Curator’s Eye Reports from Santa Fe, New Mexico
Dealers were quick to emphasize the intangible, positive aspects of collecting Native American and Ethnographic art ... As a founding member of the Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association (ATADA), Mr. Kessler has witnessed years of market swings.
The Curator's Eye Reports From Santa Fe
Director of Native American Art, in Santa Fe. Ms. Dromsky made the rounds during Indian Market 2012 at the Whitehawk Shows, where over 300 dealers displayed their wares at the Antique Ethnographic Art Show and the Antique American Indian Art Show.
Navajo rug repair artist follows threads of craft's history
through the later periods of Navajo weaving art. The histories have family ties for Leroux. One famous ancestor was Antoine Leroux, a 19th-century French mountain man and frontier guide who helped organize the New Mexico Territory. Antoine died ...